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Our top stories this morning:
A new Environment Department report says Nova Scotia will face more frequent and intense storms and higher temperatures over the next 80 years if further action isn’t taken on climate change.
The federal government says that in order to address major labour shortages in health care, it will put 90 million dollars toward projects that remove barriers preventing qualified new Canadians from working in their field.
Nova Scotia says it has launched a public consultation on key changes under consideration to stabilize auto insurance rates in the province.
Today marks 105 years since a massive explosion devastated the north end of Halifax.